Flogging Miley 2

Flogging Miley 2

(Flogging Miley Part 1)

“I am not very good at keeping secrets at all! If you want your secret kept do not tell me!” — Miley Cyrus

“I was once asked if I could slip an LSD pill in Nasser’s drink.” — Miles Copeland Jr.

The next time you go to a Police concert, say, one like that in Shea Stadium with 70,000 young minds open to whatever The Police decide to put into them, you can answer that question for yourself." -- Miles Copeland Jr.
The next time you go to a Police concert, say, one like that in Shea Stadium with 70,000 young minds open to whatever The Police decide to put into them, you can answer that question for yourself.” — Miles Copeland Jr.

Miles Copeland Jr. met Lorraine Adie while she was working under her academic cover for Britain’s Special Operations Executive and he was working for US Army intelligence stationed in England. They married and had three children, Miles, Ian, and Stewart. The three brothers would work together and become legends in the music industry.

Copeland Jr’s. sons certainly seemed to have a sense of humor about their father’s occupation. Copeland III named his company Copeland International Arts (CIA), Ian named his Frontier Booking International (FBI), and Stewart famously played drums for The Police, led by a man called “Sting” signed to the International Records Syndicate (IRS) label.

In March 1980, the Police began their first world tour, which included places which had seldom hosted foreign performers, including Mexico, India, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Greece and Egypt. The tour would be subsequently documented in the film The Police Around the World.

“The next time you go to a Police concert, say, one like that in Shea Stadium with 70,000 young minds open to whatever The Police decide to put into them, you can answer that question for yourself.” — Miles Copeland Jr.

“Who do you think you are, Elvis? The Dog from U.N.C.L.E.?”Butch Cassidy

"If you're in the CIA you work with some pretty strange people" -- Miles Copeland Jr.
“If you’re in the CIA you work with some pretty strange people” — Miles Copeland Jr.

In 1975, Senators Frank Church and Ted Kennedy chaired the United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities, called the Church Committee. A decade after the assassination of JFK and a few years after the assassination of RFK, a series of damaging revelations about the CIA activities were revealed to the public. The most sensational, but perhaps the least significant, were relevations of the CIA assassinating, or attempting to assassinate, foreign leaders. Long standing and widespread rumors of the CIA assassinating domestic political figures were not touched in respectable media.

Later, Miles Copeland would give interviews downplaying the scandals and play up the CIA as an inefficient bureaucracy of bumbling fools too soft-hearted to do what needs to be done in a dangerous world.

I think it has probably dawned on Church, since he’s not a complete crook, just a 50 percent crook, that this idea of pointing out CIA’s assassination attempts is nonsense. The CIA hasn’t assassinated anybody. What has happened, however, is that if you’re in the CIA you work with some pretty strange people. The CIA would work with the devil if they were going to accomplish something in somebody else’s country. …

You wouldn’t believe what those weirdos came up with! The congressional committee got only the barest glimpse. …

But the CIA objected to these methods. You can’t get the truth out of a guy if you’re going to beat him up because he’ll tell you what you want to hear other than what the truth happens to be. So all sorts of attempts were made to clean up the interrogation methods of South American police. And the CIA did a hell of a lot to make them stop beating people up. The reason for doing this was to make methods more effective.

The Puppet Master, Penthouse 1978

"I am not very good at keeping secrets at all! If you want your secret kept do not tell me!" -- Miley Cyrus
“I am not very good at keeping secrets at all! If you want your secret kept do not tell me!” — Miley Cyrus

That’s one of [Dick Helm’s] better traits, that he’s willing to lie to a congressional committee. William Colby didn’t have the guts to do this. Lacking patriotism, he did not lie to a committee. … Why should he tell a group things he knew would leak to the newspapers? He should lied to them. If he were really a patriotic American, he wouldn’t have thought of telling them the truth. …

The CIA is set up so it’s impossible for a person as an individual to aggrogate [sic] to himself the right to lie to a congressional committee or to anyone else. But what he can or cannot say is clearly specified from the day he is sworn in. He can lie to people who are not his bosses, who do not have security clearances. I like Colby very much, but he’s just the wrong kind of guy to be head of the CIA. He’s a good guy.

Secret Agent Man, Rolling Stone 1986

Miley Cyrus, Hipster Racist Appropriating Native American Dress.
Miley Cyrus, Hipster Racist Appropriating Native American Dress.

While the assassination attempts got the most press, behind the scenes CIA was scrambling to avoid any attention on other decades long programs, going back to OSS days, that made attempts to send Fidel Castro an exploding cigar or put LSD in Nasser’s coffee seem quaint.

Contemporary torture’s earliest, deepest and most influential roots are found in the CIA’s Artichoke Project. Indeed, it is Project Artichoke that encapsulates the CIA’s real traveling road show of horrors and atrocities, not MK/ULTRA which, although responsible for its own acts of mindless cruelty, pales in comparison.

That MK/ULTRA received, and continues to receive, the lion’s share of the media’s attention and public outrage over CIA mind control programs was a deliberately planned outcome on the part of the Agency. This outcome was the central objective of a never before revealed covert operation launched in 1975 and informally code-named Dormouse. …

Houston explained that the Agency’s MK/ULTRA program was far less problematic for the CIA because it had been a research-based program that initiated 153 contracts to colleges, universities and research institutions nationwide. These contractors, all stalwart and prestigious institutions like Harvard, Columbia, and Tulane Universities, could serve as viable buffers to any harsh outside attacks.

Houston stressed that deliberate exposure of the MK/ULTRA program by essentially offering it to the press would serve to placate the brewing feeding frenzy over so-called mind control projects, and would divert any investigative attempts into the multi-faceted Artichoke Project.

Cries From the Past: Torture’s Ugly Echoes

“This song is about the cynical manipulation of large numbers of people. It does happen.” – Sting, 1983

There really isn't need for bloodshed
You just do it with a little more finesse
If you can slip a tablet into someone's coffee
Then it avoids an awful lot of mess

But you can reach the top of your profession
If you become the leader of the land
For murder is the sport of the elected
And you don't need to lift a finger of your hand

It's murder by numbers one two three
It's as easy to learn as your ABCs

Murder By Numbers - The Police

Marmotte OliVBee Francky – www.mofonline.fr

Well, that’s all well and good. But what happened to our sweet little All American Gal, Miley Cyrus? And what’s with that video?

“My mom is always telling me it takes a long time to get to the top, but a short time to get to the bottom.” — Miley Cyrus

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To be continued.

28 thoughts on “Flogging Miley 2

  1. I’m enjoying the series so far. Quite suspenseful waiting for the next episode. I’m sure you read Vigilant Citizen and think you’re going there with Miley. All the MK Ultra stuff.

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    1. Glad you’re enjoying it.

      Here’s my conspiracy theory about Vigilant Citizen. I’d bet money that Vigilant Citizen is funded by record companies. There’s no better way to move product than create a mythology around it. When I read that Jay-Z was the leader of the Illuminati, I actually watched one of his videos. So I guess VC is working.

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      1. I don’t think he’s funded by record companies but he is trying to make a living off it, and may have a whole series of other online products he’s looking to “monetize”.

        At the top of the page is the eye catching link “=> The Illuminati don’t want you to read this letter…”

        The format and colouring if the link itself, red and blue, then the opening offer of something free, along with the rest of the add all use the criteria of online selling. I know because I read up on online sales a few years ago for a mate of mine who was hoping to get in to it.

        He seems genuine to me. If Vigilant Citizen were being funded he’d have no need to take or make links like that in order to turn a profit.Then again…it certainly makes a great diversion from the fact that he is being funded by the Illuminati – hidden in plain site (mwahahahaha!!!)

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      2. He is being funded by the Illuminati, indirectly. Jay-Z and the Hollywood Illuminati crowd start rumors and mythology about their careers, their audience and fans want to know more, go to VC and buy his book. It’s brilliant. If he’s actually making money on his website, I say good for him. I’m going to see if I can negotiate a banner ad from pitchfork.com or something.

        All I need is to get a bunch of Miley Cyrus fans reading my site and then I can get the ad deals. I’m not selling out, I’m buying in. I’d already be writing about Justin Beiber except I’d lose the last of my WN readers.

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  2. Houston explained that the Agency’s MK/ULTRA program was far less problematic for the CIA because it had been a research-based program that initiated 153 contracts to colleges, universities and research institutions nationwide. These contractors, all stalwart and prestigious institutions like Harvard, Columbia, and Tulane Universities, could serve as viable buffers to any harsh outside attacks.

    There is a conspiracy theory that James Eagan Holmes was a victim of the MK/ULTRA program, the University of Colorado is a well know CIA recruiting ground.

    http://www.cia-on-campus.org/witanek.html

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      1. No, no. Music is a very dangerous thing. I might even say music is a drug. Emotion bypasses the brain and logic. MW has written about the Beatles and some conspiracy theories.

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  3. Good to see you back and running HR. Now that you’re talking about the ‘Illuminati’ and their overt plans to scandalize white youth, another interisting topic you can run about is the anglosphere elites prediliction for buggering young boys. The Franklin Coverup where house nigger republican Larry King, not CNN, was suppling fuck boys for the Bush\bohemian grove crowd, the Jimmy Savile/Brit royalty connection, or the Alfred Kinsey/Rex King/Rockefeller connection.

    Also, checkout Irish post rock band God is an astronaut, they’re dope as fuck.

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    1. Yes, good call.

      Isn’t it amazing that Alfred Kinsey still gets cited approvingly by our cultural-marxist overlords. Tells you all you need to know about their agenda.

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  4. Somewhere on the web is a great long article about the Laurel Canyon music scene, and how so many people in that scene were obviously or possibly connected to the different intelligence services, e.g. they had parents in the CIA, or like Judee Sill’s father, parents who had jet-setting jobs who died mysteriously. Not to mention all the weird occult stuff, e.g. Houdini’s house that burned down three times.

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    1. Going out to LA next summer and one of the top things I wanna see is the Houdini estate, it looks like a sick spot to throw a drug fuelled hedonistic Hollywood type party.

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    1. To think that baby boomers like to think that “back in the 60s” music was real and authentic, and the musicians “stood for something” and “spoke truth to power” but now it’s all corporate manufactured mainstream sell outs.

      LOL.

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      1. If you mean the recent changes to default subreddits and their new advertizing model, I find it really interesting.

        The progressive partisan fanatics in the politics and atheist subreddits just got spanked hard. It looks like progressive fanaticism is interfering with ad dollars.

        Have we reached “Peak Progressive?”

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  5. Enjoyed reading. I think you might be over-thinking this one though. IMHO.

    The style of her video is the pastiche of an originally low and now utterly exhausted culture. The teddy bears, the finger severing, etc vain attempts at being “interesting” with no known symbolism that can be readily connected to them. The explicit message in the lyrics is standard degeneracy. And the implicit message likewise, even by virtue of being “hip”, is degenerate. Not that she even succeeds at being hip. So it does function as a toxic, albeit mundane, bit of “art”.

    She fell in with the wrong crowd .i.e. the entertainment industry.

    I do wish our enemies (to the extent they are not ourselves) were as simple as you would have them. Or as conscious. As I am certain they’d have a harder time keeping a straight face. Rather I believe that they can, for the most part, hate and oppose everything that is culturally European, spiritually healthy and traditional (because they believe in their hearts of hearts that these things are the root of “hate” and “oppression”) without even considering that they are also hating and opposing European derived peoples. I say “for the most part” as some, of course, are aware that this is precisely what they are doing. But these peeps don’t require CIA agents or something so bush league as the “Artichoke Program” when they’ve got their God-given instincts working for them.

    Nevertheless, it is shocking to see how much of a disgusting piece of garbage this girl has become.

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    1. I’ve learned more about Miley Cyrus in the last few weeks than I ever thought I would know. Everyone should be happy that Miley is now engaged – to a man, I feel the need to add – and aside from her stupid looking haircut, seems pretty normal.

      The filmmakers that made Miley’s video are surely laughing, but it’s a cut-throat business, with shrinking margins. They know what they are doing. It’s not random, it’s meant to appeal to a specific narrative.

      Did you know that Miley was raised Southern Baptist, used to wear a “purity ring” symbolizing her support for abstinence before marriage, and that now she’s now known as a big gay rights advocate? It seems to have changed at precisely the same time she left Nashville and Disney and Miley Inc. moved the operation to LA.

      That’s hardly surprising of course.

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